Abdominoplasty (Tummy Tuck) in Turkey
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Frequently Asked Questions
Who is a good candidate for abdominoplasty?
People with loose or sagging abdominal skin and fat are good candidates for this surgery. In such cases, diet and exercise rarely bring significant improvement. These traits are most often caused by pregnancy/childbirth, but can also result from weight loss and/or genetic factors. Both men and women can be candidates for abdominoplasty.
How is an abdominoplasty performed?
A "standard" abdominoplasty involves removing loose/excess abdominal skin and fat, bending (or tightening) the abdominal wall muscles, and transposing the navel (the navel remains attached and passes through the abdominal wall). skin pulled down after removal of excess abdominal skin). The navel is basically left in its original position
What is a mini tummy tuck?
"Mini" refers to the length of the skin incision made and is generally shorter than the length used in a "standard" abdominoplasty, which is usually from hip to hip. Many potential patients request a mini tummy tuck to avoid a longer scar. However, most tummy tuck candidate patients are not ideal candidates for a mini tummy tuck. This is because the length of the incision should match the amount of excess skin to be removed, and the majority of patients have excess skin and fat in the lower abdomen that a smaller incision cannot remove from the skin. adequately.